On July 1, the Illinois Supreme Court announced adoption of a new set
of rules of professional conduct for Illinois lawyers that take effect
January 1, 2010. This article describes the background of the new Rules
and highlights significant changes. The new rules are available on the
court’s website . . .
The article is recommended for Illinois lawyers. Meanwhile, the ISBA is offering CLE programs about the new rules--the programs in Springfield and Carbondale are coming up.
Combined, these three podcasts have now had nearly 3,000 downloads. You can listen on a computer with speakers or even better, on any iPod or mp3 player. The 48 other podcasts I did before giving it up can be found here.
Even though I graduated from law school way back in 1990, the outline-making and exam-taking experience is something that is, unfortunately, impossible to forget. That's why I wanted to point out a few useful posts: